The following notes were compiled during the April 15, 2012 Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (ASUAF) senate meeting.
A bill that would place a question about the sustainability fee on to ballot for the spring 2012 ASUAF election was dismissed at a 9 p.m. ASUAF meeting on Thursday April 12, 2012 in the Gruening Building.
On March 26, University of Alaska employees were sent a draft of the employee code of conduct issued by UA President Gamble.
UAF students taking nine or more credits have paid a health center fee since 1974.
From the UA president’s office to the White House, talk of a college education has never been more prevalent.
After less than one year in the position, Johnny Payne resigned as dean of the College of Liberal Arts.
While many students don’t like to pay extra fees, one student’s reluctance to pay for a replacement Polar Express card ended with a UAF police officer using a Taser to subdue him.
People in Alaska might want to bump “quit smoking” up to the top of their to-do list before it costs them more than just their health.
Two people are dead and two more are in the hospital following a head-on vehicle collision with an alleged drunk driver early in the morning of Saturday, April 7.
The transition from winter to spring means many things, among them, hiring for Conference Services.